I suppose it could be described as a customised GTV 6
It's interesting really because in the bike world nobody seems to have a problem with the word 'replica'.
The Ducati Mike Halewood replica for example.. a much sought after and revered machine.
Bikers sometimes refer to machines built up from other bikes in a derogatory way by refering to them as 'Bitzas'
(bits of this, bits of that)
I've got no problem with the use of the word replica unless someone implies that my cars are replicas, which I don't consider they are, as I haven't altered the interiors or wheels(easily done) to look like a Cup.
I used to sell replica AC Cobras, some better than others, but not GTV Cups.
True definition of a replica is: A replica is a copy that is relatively indistinguishable from the original.
&: In arts or historic cars, the term "replica" is used for a non-original recreation, sometimes hiding its real identity.
My 'Lookalikes' certainly aren't hiding their identity, they're GTVs with the Zender/Cup style body kit on + extras......making a customised GTV...& some as good or even better than 'some' Cups.
It's the overall condition of the car that's important, not the plastic add ons. They're all genuine Alfa GTVs at the end of the day.
I've had loads of 'Bitza' motor bikes & don't consider that term derogatory at all...for motorbikes.